After over a year of being nearly barren, Stanford’s campus burst back to life last month. For nearly half of Stanford undergraduates, this quarter is their first spent on
Elections are defined by the candidates, what they say, and the issues they focus on. COVID. The economy. Court packing (phew). Healthcare. But the issues the candidates don’t focus
When I first got to Stanford six weeks ago I didn’t know what to expect. As a conservative, I wasn’t sure how I’d fit in at Stanford.